Billings C'mon Inn Hotel
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... it doesn't appear to have worked. Maybe this time. We ask Escapees club to not mail the magazine so they help me set up online account to read there. I take care of a couple other things too.
We decide to check out the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. Originally we had planned to drive 500 miles today but plans change. Hey, why not. after all, Schedules?? ..."We don't ...
... bottles with ice water. We rested inside where it was cool, visiting with a couple who live a bit past Billings. He works in the oil fields in Fairview, on the N. Dakota border, and where we’ve decided to end our ride this year. We asked what winters were like in this area, and they said that it’s generally mild in Nov-Dec, with snows in the later winter, but always quite a bit ...
... of root beer. Down the street, I came upon an old John Deere engine turning an ice cream freezer.
I love visiting second hand stores and there are several in Hardin. Found an old 10" black and white TV much like the first one we had in 1956. I can remember watching the screen while my dad was on the roof adjusting the antenna trying to get the best picture possible. "That's pretty good… no, ...
... along I-90 into Billings. We had to pull of the road several times (along with half the traveling population in Montana, it seemed!) and finally made it to Billings just before 7:00 p.m.
We were about a block from the RV park when a huge wind came up and started blowing leaves and dust everywhere, along with sheets of rain. So we pulled into a business park and found a parkng spot along the leeward side of a stout brick building to ride it out.
... I was watching a line of thunderstorms develop. There are still not many trees here, and this area is west of the mountains, so it’s pretty flat. The sky is indeed big, and today it was angry! I watched those storms for an hour, then when I got to Billings I found one of them! Fortunately it was on its way out when I was on my way in, but it made for a great show while I was driving! Maybe Mother Nature and I are on good terms ...